Higher Lane Up Holland13 Comments
Photo: Maureen Ashurst
Item #: 32544
A wonderful photo, Maureen. I remember Hilda and Leslie Hooton well.
A fading picture, soon close to torn,
so rich so special a gown be born,
a fading moment, but fathoms deep,
a jewelled hand we close to keep..
why cant we enlarge them anymore ? .
You can enlarge them. Either hold CTRL and + or CTRL and turn the wheel on your mouse if you have one
Name: Fred Sharrock
Marital status: Single
Birth Date: 9 Jan 1895
Residence Year: 1939
Address: 38 Higher Lane
Residence Place: Upholland, Lancashire, England
Occupation: Railway Clerk Household Members:
Sarah Ann Cross Unpaid domestic duties
Fred Sharrock Railway Clerk
Baptism: 3 Mar 1895 St Thomas the Martyr, Upholland, Lancashire, England
Fred Sharrock - [Child] of Edward Sharrock & Harriet
Born: 9 Jan 1895
Abode: Higher Lane
Occupation: Stonemason looks like he neverr lived with his parents he lived with his aunt Sarah A Cook
Whups - if you are viewing pics on a laptop or desktop, you can also 'right click' on the picture, and then select 'View Image' from the drop down list that appears.
I'm struggling here Mick. So, where - as a guide - does Tontine Road become a branched affair on reaching Upholland, please?
Philip - travel along Tontine Rd towards UpHolland from the Delph Tavern, and after about 300 yards the road forks.
The 'left fork' is Higher Lane, which leads to Alma Hill and Hall Green. The cottage in the photo is about 50 yards up Higher Lane on the left hand side.
The 'right fork' is Church St, leading to the parish church and the centre of UpHolland village.
Higher Lane, I thought that is the road from Upholland to Parbold past Ashurst beacon, that starts as Mill Lane going uphill to Beacon Lane to Dalton church, and then downhill on Higher Lane to Parbold.
That's Higher Lane Dalton, Mr X.
We are discussing Higher Lane UpHolland - a completely different road.
CinnamonCottage would probably be correct as Higher Lane branches off Cinnamon Brow.
"50 yards up Higher Lane ... ". Thanks Mick - the way arrived, as roses.